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What are some reasons why volunteers leave an organization?  
There are a number of reasons why volunteers leave an organization. Some leave because they move away from the community. Sometimes individuals volunteer when they first move to a new community, but leave the organization when they find paid employment. Others leave because they are dissatisfied with their volunteer experience. They may not enjoy the work they are doing, or perhaps they are overwhelmed by their responsibilities and suffer from “volunteer burnout.” Others may feel their efforts are not appreciated. The key to retaining volunteers is to ensure that their motivational needs are being met by their volunteer experience. For more on this subject, refer to the resources provided.
Keywords: Leader, retaining volunteers, Leadership, organizational effectiveness

Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Community Service Department of the Army Pamphlet 608-28 Handbook on Volunteers in Army Community Service Verbal
Army Continuing Education System Verbal
Army Family Team Building Army Family Team Building Level II Training Outline
Boy Scouts of America Volunteer Management Classes
Girl Scouts of the USA Volunteer Management Classes
Installation Volunteer Coordinator Department of the Army Pamphlet 608-28 Handbook on Volunteers in Army Community Service Verbal
Local Colleges and Universities Volunteer Management Classes
Public and Private Training Organizations Volunteer Management Classes

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